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What's new with you? (catching up with someone)

What's new with you? (catching up with someone)

Update: 2020-11-06
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In this episode, Christina and Kristina talk about: 

  • some different expressions used to ask someone what they have been up to
  • a particularly difficult expression for some English language learners to understand
  • picking up where you left off


The extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): 

  • to catch up with someone =  to update one another on life events that occurred since the last time seeing each other 
  • same old, same old = an expression used to say nothing has changed in your life
  • (when things) run together = blend together


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